Sunday, February 20, 2011

Sarah Palin: Real Presidents Lead - Not Follow

This is such a crock of shit:
Will she or won’t she? If yes, when? If no, then what?

So goes Sarah Palin’s 2012 presidential flirtation.

Since the 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate is in the unenviable position of having the national media analyze her every tweet and Facebook post, Sarah Palin has become a distraction to the other would-be presidential candidates, not to mention the Republican Party at large.

That’s why it’s time for her to reveal her 2012 presidential plans. Seize the moment. Take the hill. Make her move, while there are no other officially declared candidates, and Palin will enjoy every advantage afforded by the Power of Now.

Whether she chooses to run or not, Palin can harness the Power of Now to great advantage.
These people must all get hired merely because they can write, because thinking certainly ain't their strong suit! Has Pajamas Media noticed a little modern Leftist journalistic trick called "media bias" working on Palin's very life? Look, let's be clear:

Sarah Palin has been riding high by doing exactly the opposite of what these "old hands" at politics have always been suggesting - listening to them.

By ignoring their every admonition, she has become not only the Tea Party's political kingmaker but rich beyond her wildest dreams, and has all the potential in the world to grab the brass ring of the White House as well. We say Sarah Palin should stay the course, listen to her own counsel, and do whatever she thinks, whenever she thinks to do it, and let the rest of the hopefuls (who, except for Chris Christie, can't even come close to her chances) do their thing. This is hers to lose:

But - win or lose - this time it'll be on her terms.